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LW,

A medium heat range would be best, nothing to hot please. I am open to your suggestions here dear.

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Sac, what kind of sauce do you like to serve with them? I'll be happy to write up something that will complement. Or do you want me to make a couple suggestions based on the meat seasoning and sauce? No matter what degree of heat you like, one of the big secrets is creating layers of flavor by using multiple varieties of chilis.

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LW...

I make a decent Tamale overall, but feel that my seasoned meat(usually chicken) is lacking in the flavor department. I am looking to try something different for a change, possibly a Chili Verde/Colorado recipe. I have scanned the net for a wonderful recipe, but I am unable to discern the difference between mediocrity and excellent by reading a recipe alone without trying it out. I would rather avoid the time and trial of random selection. I ask if you would have a recipe to share in hopes of taking my Tamale to the next level.

Thanks in advance for any and all consideration.

Sac

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What is liquid smoke? I have never heard of it.

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She, here's the green beans recipe. 4 cups fresh green beans, washed and snapped to whatever size you prefer or left whole. 1 stick plus 2 tbs unsalted butter 1/2 cup brown sugar 1/4 cup soy sauce 1 tsp liquid smoke salt and white pepper to taste

Steam beans for 6 minutes and then plunge into cold water to stop cooking process and crisp. While beans are steaming, melt 1 stick butter, add sugar till dissolved and it begins to caramelize then slowly add soy sauce whisking to not break the caramel. Reduce to a syrup consistancy whisking lightly over low heat. Drain and dry beans. Melt additional 2 tbs but in pan, add beans and liqued smoke. Saute on medium high 2 minutes. Toss in glaze. Serves 6. If you are going to multiple this recipe for 90 multiply the green beans by 15 and all other ingredients by 11.

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LW thank you thank you !! the meatballs were a hit and they have been added to the menu for my folks visit!!!Thanks so so much!! HUGS!!!

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Your more then welcome and my offer stands!!

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Thank you for that comment Trish ! You are a sweet person. I am always glad to help whenever I can :)

I love recipes. More so, recipes that taste good! It is so disappointing trying a recipe that taste like garbage. Not all cookbooks have tasty recipes . Post away LW! I am copying and pasting!

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Lw that sounds amazing, my daughter and her b/f will be here tomorrow for dinner I am going to try it on them !!! Thanks so so much !!

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I'd love it if you made it here sometime Creamy. Let's see, something with ground turkey... How about a meatball stroganoff? I'll create it lower fat for you. I'm going to be making it up based on several other ways I make stroganoff as I type, so hopefully I won't goof too much. MEATBALLS 1 lb ground turkey or chicken 1 egg (you can just use the white but it won't bind as well) 1 tbs herbs de'provence 1 tsp garlic powder 1 tsp salt 1/2 tsp white pepper Mix all ingredients together and then form into 1& 1/2 inch balls. Bake on parchment papper covered tray in 350 oven for 10 minutes.

SAUCE 1/2 medium onion diced 2 cloves garlic minced 1/2 lb button mushrooms 3 tbsp olive oil 1/4 c dry white wine 1 c low sodium chicken or turkey gravy or stock with 1tsp cornstarch stirred into stock prior to cooking 1 tbs each fresh minced thyme, marjorum, parsley and sage (1/2 that if using dried) 1 C low fat sour cream salt and pepper to taste Saute onions, garlic and mushrooms in olive oil. Do not drain. Mushrooms will absorb oil and any liqued left is likely a nice juice. Deglaze pan with wine. Add all other ingredients except sour cream. Simmer to merge ingredients and until thickened if using stock. Add meatballs and stir gently. Simmer 10 minutes. Gently stir in sour cream and simmer five minutes more to merge flavors.

Serve over or to side of brown rice or whole wheat, no yolk medium noodles. Serves 4 main course. Or serves 12 as appetizer served on multi-grain toast points or on toothpicks.

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